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What size oven to Install?

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  • What size oven to Install?

    Hi James

    I might be interesed in a smaller floor 35" or smaller (if available).


  • #2
    35" is a good size, but if you can help it, I wouldn't go smaller. I
    have a Casa90 here (35"), and like the size. Of course if you have
    the space, bigger is always nicer-- when you are juggling multiple
    pizzas or roasting pans.

    We could stock the 90 and 110.



    • #3
      The next person I meet who tells me they wish they had built a smaller
      oven will be the first ;-)



      • #4
        Hi Jeffrey,


        In my experience of oven building if you have the space go as big as you can 110 – 120 cm. A larger oven doesn’t consume that much more fuel, however, the oven management is much easier and you always find more things to cook than you first thought.




        • #5
          amen to that.* i have 42 inches and sometimes even that is too small.